WATCH: Car Goes Flying Into Side of California Home
An out-of-control car launched through the air and into the side of a house.
The family in the home was sleeping at about 4:40am when a car hit a driveway slope at a high speed and went airborne, landing inside the side of the home.
The Toyota Camry slammed through the living room and kitchen walls, so the sleeping family was uninjured. Check it out:
The driver and passenger of the car are assumed to be uninjured, being they were also caught on video running away. The California Highway Patrol shared photos to their Instagram, prompting some great comments.
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In response to the recent question asking the CHP why we are enforcing speed laws amidst the challenges of COVID-19. Rowland Heights, 2000 block of Blankeman Ave. @knbcdesk @abcnews @cbsla @ktla5news @foxla @knx1070 @latimes @apnews A post shared by CHP Santa Fe Springs (@chp_santa_fe_springs) on
"I thought they stopped the 30 minutes or your pizza is free thing a long time ago."
"Looks like them Duke boys are at it again."
"Safer at home"
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